Tuesday, August 5, 2014

Peacock Cards

Hello. My Peacock card I made last week was such a hit at my craft class I have orders for more. I have made them in several colors. The Peacock stamp is from Stampin-up..Loz


13 comments:

  1. Love the gorgeous designs and colours,Just fabulous.xxx

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  2. Pretty, pretty, pretty! Of course, they were a big hit!

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  3. Gorgeous cards Loz, no wonder you have orders for them, love the beautiful peacock..
    pam

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  4. They are beautiful Loz, a very popular bird, strike while the iron is hot, as they say. I think to have that practice blog is a good idea, I might do one cause I am trying to get clever....... Go well. xx

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  5. I love this kind of posts, it's so inspirational to see how different a design might look by just changing the colors! These cards are lovely, make a gift box, add all these cards and you've got a great personal gift!
    Ps: I've got candy on my blog if you're interested....

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  6. Love all 3 of your peacock cards-- so elegant the design is
    Cheers
    Dr Sonia
    Cards Crafts Kids Projects

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  7. I seem to be moving quickly this week Loz, thanks for your visits and comments. xx

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  8. Gorgeous peacock cards you made! =)
    Hugs, Elenor

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  9. Oh wow, these are stunning. I especially like the pink and blue peacock card.

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  10. Great use of the pearls with the stamp - stunning cards!

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  11. Oooh! I love these peacocks, Loz. LOVE the pearl details even more! FAB design.
    hugs, Asha

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  12. I just love all of these peacock cards. The vertical greeting is just perfect with them. Wonderful cards!

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  13. wooow that peacock looks adorable Loz woooww in three different colors...looks adorable one to another...I love this

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